Christian Nationalism: Is It Connected to Postmillennial Christianity?
As mentioned the previous several weeks, there’s an unseemly battle royale taking place among Christian conservatives this year. Some of the fight is over semantics, some is over vision for the future, and some of it (sadly) is due to personality conflict.
The panel is spending six episodes attempting to directly expose the issues involved, hoping to forthrightly frame the various dialogs within a biblical context. This is a VERY complex issue that touches upon how to understand what’s called Theonomy (in distinction from Theocracy and Sacralism), how understand prophecy (primarily in relation to Postmillennialism, Amillennialism, and Preterism), and how to understand the moniker “Christian Nationalism” (as distinct from Christianity proper, Christendom, and even Sharia Law).
That’s a lot to cover. This is episode 4 of 6. The full discussion of six shows is available as one long video on the Rumble channel for Household of Faith in Christ. https://rumble.com/v2kr5kc-video-gg-theonomy-and-christian-nationalism.html
Troy Skinner. Pastor of Household of Faith in Christ. www.HouseholdOfFaithInChrist.com
Daniel Razvi. Pastor of The Church That Meets at Imran’s House.
Elijah Dirksen. Seminary student pursuing an MDiv degree from Whitfield Theological Seminary.